Image left to right: Cecile Perrault, Richard Clayton, Claudia Mazzà, Giuilano Lamberto, Claudia Albarenga, Alessandro Melis, Stefania Marcotti, Sofia Ferreira, Robert Owen, Chris Buckley, Gwen Reilly
Well done to all our recent PhD graduates for their hard work, determination and contribution to the Insigneo Institute:
- Giuilano Lamberto is working as product development engineer in the orthopaedic field for Corin, a medical device manufacturer based in Cirencester (UK). Within the hip team, he is responsible in introducing new products into the global market as well as improving existing products. His projects include both implants and instrumentation.
- Alessandro Melis will be starting a new role in September as Machine Learning Researcher at Vivacity Labs who provide mobility tracking services, enabling detailed understanding of transport systems through video analytics. Alessandro will apply what he has learnt at Insigneo working on 1D blood flow simulations (the main topic of his PhD) to traffic modelling.
- Stefania Marcotti is starting a new postdoctoral position in London from September.
- Sofia Ferreira is working as a Research Associate conducting research, data collection and computational modelling for Quantitative Systems Toxicology, Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics at Certara who provide decision support technology and consulting services to optimize drug development.
- Chris Buckley is working as a Research Associate at Newcastle university using many of the skills he learned during his PhD and applying them to dementia research rather than Parkinson’s disease which was the focus of his PhD.
- Robert Owen has been awarded the EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship and will continue working at Insigneo for another year.